Samsung makes the new Notes application available to other Galaxy Note devices
When the Blackberry 10 smartphones first started to make rounds on the market, one of the things that we loved most about them was the Blackberry Hub feature that allowed users to concentrate all of their messages inside one application which can either be viewed as a whole or singly, according to the various messaging aps in there.
Well, Samsung introduced something of the same kind when they launched the Galaxy Note 7 with their Notes application which they made into a single one. Merging the likes of Action Memo, S Note, Scrapbook and Memo, all being apps that support the use of the Stylus pen, they have all been beautifully merged into this Notes application.
Now, Samsung has announced that they would provide the same support to other Galaxy Note devices and that they also would have a taste of what this is all about. The new Notes application has the ability to recognise handwritings and you can even search for stuffs that you have scribbled somewhere before. This is not the first time that Samsung would be taking something from the Note 7 to other smartphones because we have already seen them launch their improved gallery feature on other smartphones.
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